High Assurance Services Computing
Jing Dong, Raymond Paul, Liang-Jie Zhang
Springer Science & Business Media, May 28, 2009 - Computers - 324 pages
Service computing is a cutting-edge area, popular in both industry and academia. New challenges have been introduced to develop service-oriented systems with high assurance requirements. High Assurance Services Computing captures and makes accessible the most recent practical developments in service-oriented high-assurance systems.
An edited volume contributed by well-established researchers in this field worldwide, this book reports the best current practices and emerging methods in the areas of service-oriented techniques for high assurance systems. Available results from industry and government, R&D laboratories and academia are included, along with unreported results from the “hands-on” experiences of software professionals in the respective domains.
Designed for practitioners and researchers working for industrial organizations and government agencies, High Assurance Services Computing is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science and engineering.
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